If you don’t have a debian based system, just extract the package and build the dkms yourself. Bookmarks Bookmarks Digg del. The problem should now be solved: Copy and paste into the terminal: I think at this point you can answer and accept your own question.
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Embedded Linux Systems: Configuring the WIFI chipset rtlcu
Put the name of the module on rtl8818cu line by itself at the end of this file: Refresh the module list: This solution is necessary for the following operating systems: Results 1 to 10 of Blacklist the faulty driver: For other with the same issue, the kernel devs are working on the issue but for now, people with newer kernels can use this: July 2nd, 7.
Copy and paste the following rtl8188ci line into the terminal: Disconnect your wireless connection unplug the USB adapter that contains the Realtek chipsetand rtk8188cu connect to the internet by means of an ethernet cable or by means of another wireless chipset that does function well.
Someone might even have a solution as to why the built-in 64bit driver does not work?
Post as a guest Name. I think at this point you can answer and accept your own question. Copy and paste into the terminal: Please note that the password will remain invisible, not even asterisks will show, which is normal.
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July 2nd, 2.
CONFIG_RTL8192CU: Realtek RTL8192CU/RTL8188CU USB Wireless Network Adapter
Bless this soul for patching Realtek’s drivers to work on current kernels 3. After searching a bit more, I found a thread where someone said that the issue with rtlcu had been resolved in kernel 3. I tried downloading the Windows driver and set it lniux with ndiswrapper, but as soon as I activate the ndiswrapper module while having that driver installed, I get a kernel panic.
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Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. Now I have upgraded rtl81188cu Ubuntu Are you saying after a kernel upgrade you lost this automatic support and had to compile a driver? You can launch a terminal window like this: First check whether the buggy driver rtlcu is active in your operating system: